Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Tabarka Studio Branches Out


Those of you who have been reading my blog know that I am in love with Tabarka Studios terra cotta tile.  Here is a sneak peek of my new backsplash in Meditteranean 8.
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Tabarka  just released their new collections of reclaimed wood and antique stone and sent me some examples. This is a departure for Tabarka as their trademark has been Terra Cotta. This  new range of wood flooring , parquet, and stone represents a selection of traditional patterns, recreated in the wonderful rough luxe style that Tabarka is known for.
Couldn’t you visualize this combination of zenati and edri wood in a library or study?
Timeless design, Zenati & Edri Parquet 10.  Finish: Limburg, Sorian & Mozet
Or this combination Zenati & Edri Parquet with Belgian Blue Stone in a grand entry…
Traditional pattern. Zenati & Edri Parquet 19 Finish: Larochette with Belgian Blue Stone
I am loving their new Petite Alliance Collection…
A timeless affair
This is such a unique combination, Calcutta marble, terra cotta, and noire limestone.
Perfect harmony of calcatta, french terracotta & noire limestone.
And lastly a combination like no other, Petite Alliance 1, calcatta, aged terracotta, & mozet antiqued oak
 A timeless affair..  Petite Alliance 1, calacatta, aged terracotta, & mozet antiqued oak
If you would like to see more of Tabarka Studio’s new collection you can check out their website http://www.tabarkastudio.com/ or their Pinterest pages here http://www.pinterest.com/tabarkastudio/. What do you think? Could you find a place for these beauties in your home?

19 comments:

  1. All the tiles here are exquisite and I can't wait to see you kitchen Cindy! Advance happy Mothers day!

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  2. Absolutely! I could definitely see that Petite Collection somewhere in my new place. Although all of these add such character...I will have to check out those Pinterest pages when I get in a dreamy mood. :)

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  3. Exquisite! I love those patterns and material combinations! Thanks for the preview. Your new tiles are lovely, Cindy. Would love to see more :)

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    1. Can't share any more until the photo shoot is over!!

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  4. So interesting and beautiful! I love these offerings and thanks for the intro to Tabarka! xo Nancy

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  5. Cindy, Cindy, Cindy, I adore the first combination of zenati and edri wood, Thank you so much for the Introduction to Tabarka Studios. I must investigate further.
    Paul x

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    1. I hope you have a distributor there Paul. You will love them!!

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  6. I love the wood and stone combination, absolutely gorgeous!

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  7. Love the combination of materials in these tiles! I'm still looking for the perfect tiles for my fireplace surround so I'm glad you shared these - I will have to go check them out in person. And I am so loving the sneak peak of the backsplash - can't wait to see more of it!

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  8. Oh dear what a gorgeous post!!!!
    xx
    Greet

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  9. What a tease you are! Your backsplash looks beautiful!

    These tiles--although they wouldn't work anyplace in my house--are amazing! They do great stuff!

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  10. I can't even tell you how much I love these. I could envision this in so many Californian settings. Makes me want to buy a new house to use these!

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  11. oh can i ever visualize this cindy! now only if i had an abode in california, or crete, maybe portugal......
    what am i saying, gloomy chicago could use this beauty. thanks for the intro!
    happy mothers day cindy
    xo
    debra

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  12. In love with these tiles!! So amazing!

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  13. The splashback looks fabulous especially with the rustic accessories. I really like these traditional designs and the muted colours too.

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  14. Thank you for the love and support, Cindy!

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  15. Love this post...so many fabulous rooms..and I'm seriously headed over to check out the website. Hope all is well with you. Mona

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  16. I have been looking at those for my laundry room update! And of course the ones you used cause they are black and white! Dying to see the kitchen....

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